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Muumuu House

Muumuu House
Status Active
Founded 2008
Founder Tao Lin
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Manhattan, New York
Distribution Worldwide
Key people Tao Lin
Publication types Books
Fiction genres fiction, poetry, nonfiction

Muumuu House is an independent, small press publishing company based in Manhattan, New York that was founded by writer Tao Lin in 2008.[1] Muumuu House publishes poetry, fiction, and nonfiction in print and online.[2]

Muumuu House has published print books by writers Megan Boyle, Brandon Scott Gorrell, and Ellen Kennedy.[3][4][5] Online publications have included works by Ben Lerner, Sheila Heti, Michael W. Clune, Matthew Rohrer, Michael Earl Craig, Sam Pink, Deb Olin Unferth, Rebecca Curtis, Noah Cicero, Mallory Whitten, Jordan Castro, Mira Gonzalez, Zachary German, and Andrew Weatherhead.


  • Boyle, Megan. 2011. selected unpublished blog posts of a mexican panda express employee. New York: Muumuu House. OCLC 704388946
  • Gorrell, Brandon Scott. 2009. during my nervous breakdown i want to have a biographer present. New York: Muumuu House. OCLC 429542245
  • Kennedy, Ellen. 2009. sometimes my heart pushes my ribs. New York: Muumuu House. OCLC 319212135


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External links

  • Muumuu House's Tumblr presence
  • Muumuu House's Twitter account
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